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David Janik, Dušan Adam, Libor Hort, Kamil Král, Pavel Šamonil, Pavel Unar, Tomáš Vrška and David Horal Spatiotemporal differences in tree spatial patterns between alluvial hardwood and mountain fir–beech forests: do characteristic patterns exist? Journal of Vegetation Science 24

Article first published online: 1 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12018

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As alluvial hardwood forest and mountain fir-beech forest differ completely in a majority of characteristics, we expected significant differences between their tree spatial patterns too. Our study really demonstrated actual differences in tree spatial patterns of these forest types, although at surprising distances, and even in character. The main carrier of differences was the pattern of recruits and small-sized trees.

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